Country musician returns for rock camp

Country musician returns for rock camp

It’s been five years since Houghton High School graduate and Chassell native Hannah Bethel left for Nashville.

Now, as she’s done every year for the last four years, Hannah has returned to be an instructor at P.J. Olsson’s Rock Camp.

“I work with the kids on things that I kind of specialize in — vocal training, rhythm guitar, songwriting and stage performance,” says Hannah. “They’re just incredibly talented kids and really inspired and just exited to be making music so they are a joy to work with.”

Rock Camp puts young musicians through two weeks of intense training and experience of what life is like in the music business, including performing in a full rock concert at the Rozsa Center on August 10th.

“It’s going to be a huge rock show, this is not a choir recital — no offense to choir recitals — but this is a huge show. It’s going to knock your socks off,” promises Hannah.

With her popular single and music video for “No Where Left To Roam” gaining momentum…after Rock Camp, it’s back to work.

Hannah says, “For me, I’ve just been working away in Nashville promoting my record,  The Freedom EP, and we are just about to release the second single from the record.”

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